open-source

Mihai Criveti has published a list for digital forensics work. This page is worth bookmark: Computer Forensics is a science and an art. And to perform it, you need tools to identify, acquisition, preserve and analyze data in a clean, safe, non-destructive manner. Lots of tools. Everything from data acquisition to virtualization and steganalysis. A […]

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Webi has published a very comprehensive list of alternative “open source” applications to mainstream applications. It includes office applications, multimedia, graphics, networking and security applications. => Free and Open Source Software Directory (FLOSS/FOSS) [webi.org]

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The founder of the Free Software Foundation asks readers whether they will fight for freedom or be too lazy to resist. In an interview he talks about GPL v3 and many other things: The fact that Torvalds says “open source” instead of “free software” shows where he is coming from. I wrote the GNU GPL […]

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EnGarde Secure Linux 3.0.15 has been released. EnGarde Secure Linux distributed as both community and paid supped model (just like RHEL). According to release note: This release includes many updated packages and bug fixes, some feature enhancements to Guardian Digital WebTool and the SELinux policy, and a few new features. In distribution since 2001, EnGarde […]

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